Crowfield Village

This is the web page for Crowfield Village.  You’ll find news and manager updates below with community documents and important property owner information.

Please check back often.  In the mean time, please be sure that your Association has your contact information by visiting this page Contact CMG Charleston and filling out the contact info form. Please also “Like” us on Facebook. There’s a link at the top of the page.

Pool keys – New home buyers are sent one key/access device by the Crowfield Village HOA. Resale pool fobs must convey at Closing.  If any fob is lost or stolen, a replacement is available for $25.00 payable to Crowfield Village. Please follow this link to order a replacement amenity key.

Documents:
Crowfield Village Governing Documents OCR
Clubhouse Reservation Agreement
Crowfield ARB Application
Crowfield Village Pool Open Close Dates
Crowfield Paint Colors

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Manager Information and Real-Time Updates:

  • Crowfield Village Pool – still closed May 26th, 2017: Due to ongoing technical and scheduling difficulties with the gate control system vendor, necessary repairs and upgrades to access controls and cameras are scheduled for Thursday, June 1st… The pool must remain chain-locked this weekend to prevent unauthorized access and liability from an unsecured pool gate. We’ll have more news on this next week but ... Read more about this.
  • Goodbye, Matthew October 10th, 2016: As we say goodbye to Hurricane Matthew,  property assessments and clean up are underway. All damages will be recorded and priortized according to severity and your issue is important to us. First, assessments of the property will need to be completed and any emergency items addressed (down power lines, roof penetrations, access, etc…). After these emergency ... Read more about this.
  • Phone numbers to know when Hurricane Matthew strikes October 06th, 2016: courtesy of The Post & Courier http://www.postandcourier.com/20161005/161009688/phone-numbers-to-know-when-hurricane-matthew-strikes Add these numbers to your phone contacts because they may come in handy when Hurricane Matthew drenches the Lowcountry. The S.C. Emergency Management Department recommends fully charging your cell phone and other mobile devices before the hurricane approaches and to limit non-essential calls. And remember, call 911 only for ... Read more about this.
  • How Safe are Your Association Funds with CMG? May 08th, 2016: Community Management Group, LLC (CMG) is a Charleston-based, Professional Homeowners Association Management Company. CMG has a team of 45 local, trained and insured professionals, offering general repair & maintenance services, horticultural consulting, collections administration, and Association accounting. Managers are qualified, certified, designated (CMCA, AMS, etc.), and members of the Community Associations Institute. Administrative staff members ... Read more about this.
  • Charleston Area Flooding October 04th, 2015: The state of South Carolina is experiencing extreme weather and unprecedented flooding. Your personal safety is top priority and it is important for you to stay informed during this weather event. If you experiencing a life threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1 immediately. The Governor of SC has encouraged residents to stay off the roads. In addition, ... Read more about this.
  • AREA CODE UPDATE from Hargray September 14th, 2015: What is an area code overlay? An overlay is the addition of another area code to the same geographic area as an existing area code. You won’t have to change your existing area code or phone number, but it does require you to dial the area code and the 7-digit number for all calls. In South ... Read more about this.
  • Charleston Flooding Warning August 27th, 2015: Please be aware that higher tides are expected in the coming days and that the City of Charleston has issued a notice to watch for flooded streets. This is especially true downtown and on waterfront property. Please do not drive through deep water as this may cause your car to stall and/or flood. Have a great weekend! Read more about this.
  • No Soliciting April 20th, 2015: The City of Charleston posted an article that is relevant to all municipalities. They note that residents are reminded to be aware of door-to-door sales people, particularly “magazine sales”. Usually the concerns about these individuals are property / financial-crime related. This is an active article and will be updated continually with local information, by municipality… Tips: 1. Post a NO ... Read more about this.
  • Alligator Removal March 09th, 2015: As spring comes to Charleston, alligators will be making their way through and often stop in community ponds for a visit. The below information is from the SCDOR and will hopefully provide answers to many of the questions you may have. Please be reminded that there is no “relocation” or “re-homing” program for alligators and that any ... Read more about this.
  • Happy 2015 December 31st, 2014: On behalf of your Association, we wish you a bright and happy New Year that brings many blessings. CMG looks forward to serving you and will be happy to answer any questions or assist with any Association matters you may have. Please feel free to reach out to your Association office at 843-795-8484 or supportteam@nullcmgcharleston.com. Wishing you all ... Read more about this.
  • Happy Holidays December 16th, 2014: On behalf of your community Board of Directors and CMG, we would like to wish you a very happy holiday season filled with laughter and love. This is an excellent time to meet your neighbors and bring some cheer in your community. Please have a safe and happy season and, as always, we are here ... Read more about this.
  • National Safety Council Holiday Tips December 02nd, 2014: The National Safety Council offers these suggestions to help make your holiday season safe. Toys and GiftsBe especially careful when you choose toys for infants or small children. Avoid toys with small parts that can be pulled or broken off or prove a choking hazard. Be aware of dangers associated with coin lithium batteriesFireplacesDon’t burn trees, wreaths ... Read more about this.
  • Block Party November 10th, 2014: Thanks for a successful block party for Crowfield Village. A great time was had by all and we look forward to doing it again next year. Read more about this.
  • Tax Exempt Weekend August 01st, 2014: Take advantage of the tax free weekend this weekend for back to school supplies. A full list of the exempt items can be found on the SC department of revenue website but many of the items are listed below, courtesy of Live 5 News. FULL LIST OF EXEMPT AND NON-EXEMPT ITEMS:Pursuant to Code Section 12-36-2120(57), the ... Read more about this.
  • Summer Sun Protection from CDC July 08th, 2014: Don’t Get Burned! Summer Sun Safety Tips t want to be outside, sunbathing, swimming, playing catch on the beach or just barbequing in the backyard? While summer re not getting too much of a good thing.  Avoid consequences of overexposure to the sun like sunburns, premature aging of the skin, wrinkling, and skin cancer, including melanoma by practicing proper sun protection. The hours between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. daylight savings time (9 a.m. to 3 p.m. standard time) are the most hazardous for UV exposure in the continental United States. UV rays are the greatest during the late spring and early summer in North America. CDC recommends easy options for sun protection:  Sunscreen •  Use sunscreen with sun protective factor  (SPF) 15 or higher, and both UVA and UVB  protection. •  Sunscreen wears off. Put it on again if you  stay out in the sun for more than two hours, and after you swim or do things that make you sweat. •  Check the sunscreen’s expiration date.  Sunscreen without an expiration date has a shelf life of no more than three years, but its shelf life is shorter if it has been exposed to high temperatures.  Clothing •  Wear clothing to protect exposed skin.  •  Loose-fitting long-sleeved shirts and long  pants made from tightly woven fabric offer the best protection from the sun’s UV rays. A wet T-shirt offers much less UV protection than a dry one. Darker colors may offer more protection than lighter colors. •  If wearing this type of clothing isn’t  practical, at least try to wear a T-shirt or a beach cover-up. Keep in mind that a typical T-shirt has an SPF rating lower than 15, so use other types of protection as well.  Hats •  Wear a hat with a wide brim to shade the  face, head, ears, and neck. •  For the most protection, wear a hat with a  brim all the way around that shades your face, ears, and the back of your neck. A tightly woven fabric, such as canvas, works best to protect your skin from UV rays. Avoid straw hats with holes that let sunlight through. A darker hat may offer more UV protection. •  If you wear a baseball cap, you should also  protect your ears and the back of your neck by wearing clothing that covers those areas, using sunscreen with at least SPF 15, or by staying in the shade.  Sunglasses •  Sunglasses protect your eyes from UV rays  and reduce the risk of cataracts. They also protect the tender skin around your eyes from sun exposure. •  Wear sunglasses that wrap around and  block as close to 100% of both UVA and UVB rays as possible. •  Sunglasses that block both UVA and UVB  rays offer the best protection. Most sunglasses sold in the United States, regardless of cost, meet this standard.  Shade •  Seek shade, especially during midday hours.  •  You can reduce your risk of skin damage  and skin cancer by seeking shade under an umbrella, tree, or other shelter before you need relief from the sun. Your best bet to protect your skin is to use sunscreen or wear protective clothing when you’re outside—even when you’re in the shade.  For more information, please visit the CDC website.   Read more about this.

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Please note that some documents were downloaded from the County and were current as of the date they were downloaded.  They have been scanned via Optical Character Recognition.  They are not certified as complete, and they and ARE NOT THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS.  Please consult your closing attorney or the County directly for the most current, accurate complete and legal information.